13. August 2016
Rio de Janeiro, BRA

fig-news ---: At the second day of the Olympic Trampoline events in Rio de Janeiro Belarus's Uladzislau HANCHAROU dethroned 2012 Olympic champion DONG Dong and 2015 World champion GAO Lei of China to take gold in Men's Trampoline, ending a Chinese medal streak at the Olympics and World Championships that began in 2007.
One day befor, Friday, August 12, and four years after her triumph in London, Canada's Rosannagh MacLennan took a second gold medal in Women’s...

22. July 2016
Ottawa, CAN

“Beyond my wildest dreams.”
That’s how Rosannagh "Rosie" MACLENNAN described being named the flag bearer for Canada to the Olympic Games at Rio de Janeiro 2016. The trampoline gold medallist from London 2012 knows a thing or two about dreams coming true. At the North Greenwich Arena (commonly known as O2 Arena) in the English capital four years ago MacLennan took on the world, and more specifically, the dominant Chinese gymnasts in trampoline, and won...

12. July 2016
Great Britain

The 13 gymnastics selected to represent Team GREAT BRITAIN at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro (BRA) have been officially announced:
* The British trampoline gymnasts will be Kat Driscoll, Bryony Page and Nathan Bailey.... :
* The men’s artistic gymnastics team will be Louis Smith, Max Whitlock, Nile Wilson, Brinn Bevan and Kristian Thomas.
* The women’s artistic gymnastics team will be Becky Downie, Ellie Downie, Claudia Fragapane,

9. July 2016
Coimbra, POR

This year the 2016 FIG Trampoline World Cup Circuit will end on the second weekend in July (8 /9.) in Portugal in the city of Coimbra.
Four weeks before the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, this is a last welcome and international trampoline test for the majority of the world's elite.
After the qualifying competitions in the Olympic class on Friday Belarus Tatiana Piatrenia (101.950) leads before the Russian Yana Pavlova (101.510) and the second Belarusian Hanna...

4. July 2016
Liverpool, GBR

The 2016 British Trampoline, Tumbling and Double Mini Trampoline Championships took place at Echo Arena, Liverpool on the 2nd and 3rd of July.
The senior trampoline titles went to Nathan Bailey from OLGA (Poole) and Pam Clark from City of Liverpool.
Kristof Willerton (Andover) was crowned the men’s senior British tumbling champion with Rachel Davies (Deerness Valley) taking the women’s gold medal.
The senior double-mini trampoline titles went to Nathaniel Scott from...